I’m gonna try to ask this question without confusing someone. Here’s the scenario. Two motors. I have one that’s belt driven off the right, and a rotary motor that’s belt driven off the mag side on the left. I only have one jackshaft. In normal configuration, the birky is spun clockwise if it’s being driven off the right side, drive gear is on the left. If I wanted to use the same jackshaft if I switched motors, could I 180 the jackshaft assembly for the rotary motor to have the birky on the left and the drive gear on the other side on the right? The belt off the mag side would then spin it counter clockwise instead because I flipped the entire drive shaft thus making the birky spin the opposite direction. Hope the question is clear.